Fashion Date:Circa 1902-1907
Hairstyle Description: Her hair is parted on the side. The top portion is drawn the opposing side of the part and made into a ponytail of ringlets. The ponytail is secured with a large bow. She has medium to medium/large ringlets. Her hair uncurled is probably shoulder blade length.
Costume Description: Her drop waisted dress is full both above and below the hip line, and the top is accented with a drop shouldered yoke edged with several rows of shirring. Her sleeves are two piece leg of mutton with the sleeve puff being separate from the forearm. Yoke and forearm of sleeves are accented with lace.
Identification Marks on Photo
Name of Sitter: Marie Dietsch
Type of Photo: Cabinet Card, Size of image, 6" W X 9" H
Studio Location: St. Joseph, MO, USA
Date: Provided by relative.
Other information: None provided
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